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LIFE ORIENTATION

Grade 9

MY FUTURE CAREER

Module 11

VALUES

Values

Determining our personal values is a very important part of our future success and happiness. Our values are how we feel about what is done in the particular job and the contribution it makes to society. It also includes the conditions in which we work, for instance whether it is done indoors or out of doors, as well as what we can earn in the specific occupation (the income potential).

Let us take a look at your personal values. Judge them according to the 4-point scale with the following values:

1: not at all like me

2: slightly like me

3: quite a bit like me

4: definitely like me

Table 1
VALUES 4 3 2 1
Want to contribute to improving the world in which we live        
Want to help people with their problems        
Want to cooperate with other people as part of a group        
Want to work alone        
Want to compete with other people        
Want to be able to make own decisions        
Want to work under pressure (work against time)        
Want to change other people’s attitudes and opinions        
Want to be involved in the quest for knowledge and understanding        
Want to be involved in art, music and drama        
Want to study and appreciate the beauty of objects        
Want to supervise other people’s work        
Like activities that are constantly changing        
Would like to work with information        
Want to be sure of work routine and duties        
Would like to design new methods and programmes        
Like situations where accuracy is of utmost importance        
Want people to notice your contribution        
Want to experience excitement in your work all the time        
Want to know that you will earn lots of money        

Assessment

LEARNING OUTCOME 5:

orientation to the world of work

The learner will be able to make informed decisions about further study and career choices.

ASSESSMENT STANDARDS: We know this when the learner:

5.1 researches study and career funding providers;

5.2 motivates own career and study choices;

5.3 critically reflects and reports on opportunities in the workplace;

5.4 discusses rights and responsibilities in the workplace;

5.5 outlines a plan for own lifelong learning.

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